Unlike Coachella and other festivals alike, there will be no camping at Lollapalooza 2011.
Grant Park is big enough to host the massive festival, but its location in the heart of the city of Chicago does not allow for campgrounds onsite.
Kind of a bummer, we know. But look at the upside. You’ll get hot showers, meals and comfy bed to sleep in with lots of choices amongst the many hotels near Lollapalooza at Grant Park.
Start calling around now to find the best rates, closest hotels and room availability. With so many people visiting Chicago on the weekend of August 5 – 7, you don’t want to get stuck without a place to stay or having to pay high last minute prices.
Check out any of the following hotels in Chicago for accommodations right near Grant Park. If you’re out of luck with them, try a bit further out from The Loop.
The Ambassador East Hotel: (312)787-7200
Hyatt Regency McCormick Place: (312)567-1234
W Chicago - City Center: (312)332-1200
Park Hyatt Chicago: (312)239-4029
Hard Rock Hotel: (312)345-1000
Dana Hotel & Spa: (312)202-6000
The Blackstone Hotel: (312)447-0955
The Four Seasons: (312)280-8800
Hilton Chicago: (312)922-4400
Sax Chicago: (312)245-0333
Swissotel Chicago: (312)565-0565
Hilton Palmer House: (312)726-7500
Hilton Conrad Hotel: (312)609-1941
The James Hotel: (312)660-7151
The Ritz Carlton: (312)266-1000